Rhode Island

Anderson opens Plant City X Warwick in Apponaug Village - by Frank Picozzi

As you may know, Warwick’s historic Apponaug Village is the seat of our local government, home to the National Register of Historic Places’ Warwick Civic Center Historic District, which encompasses City Hall, the Kentish Artillery Company Armory, and the Henry Warner

DiPrete Engineering joins forces with Andrews Survey

Cranston, RI DiPrete Engineering, a civil engineering, land planning, and land surveying firm with offices in Cranston, Dedham, and Newport, has joined Andrews Survey & Engineering, Inc., creating one of the largest land surveying operations

Fair and Hayes of Hayes & Sherry sell 13,000 s/f for $1.6 million to a local developer planning to redevelop the property into high-end apartments

Providence, RI The 13,000 s/f mixed-use property located at 101 Richmond St. sold for $1.6 million to a local developer planning to redevelop the property into high-end apartments and ground-floor retail.

East Providence in position to capitalize on entrepreneurship - by Roberto DaSilva

If opportunity does not knock, build a door.  Much has been written about the “Great Resignation” trend where an unprecedented number of individuals have voluntarily left their jobs. Individuals shocked by the pandemic are exploring different career

Marcus & Millichap arranges sale of 36-unit Peters River Residences; sold for $4.875 million

Woonsocket, RI Marcus & Millichap arranged the sale of Peters River Residences, a 36-unit apartment property according to Thomas Shihadeh, regional manager of the firm’s Boston office. The asset sold for $4.875 million.

Atlantic Capital Partners sells North Providence Marketplace; 112,497 s/f sold by Edens to Greenberg Gibbons

North Providence, RI Atlantic Capital Partners has sold North Providence Marketplace, a 112,497 s/f grocery-anchored retail shopping center located at 41 Smithfield Rd. This 82% leased center is anchored by Shaw’s Supermarket, the region’s dominant grocer

Investing federal stimulus funds to keep RI at the forefront of America’s offshore wind industry - by Steven King

With over $1 billion in federal American Rescue Plan Act money still to be invested, Rhode Island has a unique opportunity to live up to our nickname of the “Ocean State”. At Quonset, we have a detailed plan to invest a portion of these funds in a way that

Warwick to release RFPs for closed school-related facilities - by Frank Picozzi

Since taking office in January, I’ve been working diligently to address some of the issues related to a handful of municipal buildings, some of which have lain fallow over the past several years after their closure as school-related facilities.

Pereira of June Realty re-elected as president of Greater Providence Board of Realtors

Providence, RI Mike Pereira of June Realty was re-elected as president of the Greater Providence Board of Realtors for 2022. He previously served as the  board’s 2021 president, 2020 president-elect, treasurer and corporate secretary. He is a member of its executive, finance and nominating committees. Pereira is also

Pawtucket’s commerce director Boyle to retire - by Donald Grebien

After a nearly 40-year career as a planning and economic development professional that included over four years serving as the city of Pawtucket’s commerce director, Jeanne Boyle is retiring. She will serve as commerce director until mid-November.